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it was like before the internet. so, people told stores. i bet you tell stories. did you tell a story today? >> yeah, i bet you did you went up to our friend and said, did you see that? your friend said, no, no he didn't. right? that's a story. so, i will tell you a story. in india, here we have super heroes like, tell me a hero. >> super man. we have super heroes in india. krishna. lifts mountains and throws them to the ocean to create bridges. i will tell you the story about a super hero. krishna as a little boy in the village where the trees blow and the water flows and the birds fly and the grass grows, in this village there are cows. and people and they go to the river and they go to get their water. and they go to the river and what do they see? an evil demon is polluting the river. callia. and they can't get water because it's killing the cows and the people. so, they go to krishna and say, please, do something about this this is not good. he says, he thinks about it and says, okay. he takes his friends to the river to play. they play ball. they play with the ball and then by accid
, forget the walnuts. >> is this as are straunlts you could eat. >> oh, yeah, you bet. if i was hungry, you bet i could. >> do you think this is going to make you live longer? >> i hope so. i hope i get to see you retire. >> i have a feeling you're going to have to live a very long time. which i hope you do. >> i hope i do too. i think, if it doesn't -- if i don't live longer, i know i'm going to live more of a quality life. >> coming up former president bill clinton opens up about his own bad heart ant his brush with deck and he tells me he's now a vegan. that's right. a vegan. twins. i didn't see them coming. i have obligations. cute obligations, but obligations. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible
mostly, but i don't think that anything's going to get done. when you bet at the horse track, you bet on past performance, how has our governnt done with the deficit and spending, a grade of f-plus. >> but they always get to the end and miraculously get over the goal li. >> our end. >> brenda: last word. sorry, guys, coming up, ding-dong, the twinkie is gone. hostess says it's shutting down after losing a showdown with striking union workers, and t cavuto gang says that will bring more jobs down. that's at the bottom of the hour. but first, rocket firing over there. already hitting energy prices right here. are all drivers in the [ male announcer ] where do you turn for legal matters? at legalzoom, we've created a better place to handle your legal needs. maybe you have questis about incorporating a business you'd like to start. or questions about protecting your family with a will or living trust. and you'd like to find the right attorney to help guide you along, answer any questions and off advice. with an "a" rating from the better business bureau legalzoom helps you get personalize
to get done. when you bet at the horse track, you bet on past performance, how has our government done with the deficit and spending, a grade of f-plus. >> but they always get to the end and miraculously get over the goal line. >> our end. >> brenda: last word. sorry, guys, coming up, ding-dong, the twinkie is gone. hostess says it's shutting down after losing a showdown with striking union workers, and the cavuto gang says that will bring more jobs down. that's at the bottom of the hour. but first, rocket firing over there. already hitting energy prices right here. are all drivers in the u.s. about to take a direct hit? mel was founded back in 1894, they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good times. never taking a bailout. there when you need them. helping millions of americans over the centuries. the strength of a global financial leader. the heart of a one-to-one relationship. together for your future. ♪ can i still ship a gift in time r christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break
divided 16 into 3 equal parts. i bet you didn't think that was possible i know a physicist that didn't think it was possible. we are rocket scientists. half of you count 16, half do the t high. you can do it. first you try the 16. don't do the t high yet. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, you keep counting 16. you guys do this. you will start 5 times 3, 3 times. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. >> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, >> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, pause. >> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 1. did we end on your 1? >> whoa, you divided 16 into 3 equal parts. did you know you could do that? >> i'm dizzy. okay. well, we are going to end with a t high within a t high like a wheel that goes around and around and around. i want you to figure out there is a multiplecasion problem in here and i want you to see if you can tell us when we are done what it is. something will repeat 3 times. [applause] okay. which one of you figured it out? yes. >> 49, hum... >> i can see how you would say that, why do you say that? there is 49 of something. okay. did you notice the turns? the spins? h
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to last night's election. >> well, europe, where you can bet on these kind of things had barack obama 3 to 1 before the debate. then we had the big debate which of course got the media so excited. guess what it was there? 3 to 1. 3 to 1. stayed 3 to 1. all real money was at 3 to 1. and of course, you know, he won big. so i don't think real money ever thought there was a contest. liz: let's explain how that works. you know, people put money behind a bet. so whether they are for that candidate doesn't matter. they believed who would win. now intrade is something that people bet on here. there was a moment where romney moved higher, but then -- >> that was just nonsense. all real money in europe, and you can bet on these kinds of things in europe, all real money in europe had 3 to 1, means you had to bet $3 on mitt romney -- you know, if you bet $3 on mitt romney, you would win 9. no one really in europe thought -- no real money thought romney was going to win. it shouldn't surprise anyone. it shouldn't really surprise anyone. liz: yet people are so shocked. there have been people parading
high school. >> you bet are watch out. you better not cry. even though it's not thanksgiving yet, santa claus is in town. he arrived at towson town center today. kids began putting in their order for presents. even if you're too big to sit on santa's lap, there's reason to head there. >> some are starting black friday this weekend. >> they clan visit between 10 a.m. and p.m. monday through saturday and noon to 6 on sunday. santa needs a little time off. >> you don't want to miss the holiday light show at the power plant live. >> our cameras were there to get a sneak speak. you've got to see the real deal. there's music, fireworks and snow. there are three shows tomorrow and more run through new year's eve. you can find more on our website, abc2news.com. stay with abc2 for an all new episode of the list. they'll be talking about a particular type of facial hair. >> they're shaving it all off for a good cause. we'll let you know how to unfriend your stash. that's coming up tonight on the list at 7:00. >> here's what's coming up tonight on abc2. i have never encountered such a burning sens
.c. welcome inside the war room. >> thanks so much for having me. >> jennifer: you bet. it's the speaker's move now what do you think he will ask for in addition to maybe what we have described here? and when do you think that he will come back with a plan? >> i think what we have to look for next week is, you know, the speaker coming back with some sort of plan that asks for more spending cuts. the president the initial plan that he put forward today through secretary geithner had some $400 billion in spending cuts, that was a big gap between that and the revenue that the president was asking form i think the speaker will come back and say went much bigger spending cuts, we want them to take effect immediately along with any revenue that we want. and the speaker going to look for big drastic changes in medicare medicaid and perhaps social security. >> jennifer: i agree. and i don't know that -- i believe that social security will be absolutely a no go with this -- with the democratic congress. do you think that the plan toda
room." >> thanks for having me. >> jennifer: you bet. what is the latest revelation about general allen who is in charge of troops in afghanistan what does it mean for the war effort there? >> well, it means very little for the day-to-day reality of soldiers fighting in afghanistan. now they're going to carry out the president's planned withdrawal over the next two years and eventually the goal is to hand responsibility for the war to the afghan national security forces in 2014. but in the meantime, even as all of these tawdry headlines are playing out here in washington, allen has kept his current job as the man in charge of the war and we heard from secretary panetta off the pentagon and also jay carney, the white house spokesman today. he's kept the confidence of the president and secretary panetta. so he will keep his job. the war will go on as it has for the past 11 years. >> jennifer: okay. since the president and secretary panetta issued a supportive statement does that indicate his denial checks out? ge
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from the white house. hi, everybody, guess what it's a friday. ♪ hallelujah ♪ >> bill: you bet. friday november 9th. ♪ hallelujah ♪ >> bill: and our favorite day around here. the weekend starts three hours from now at the end of the day's "full court press." thank you for joining us today on the "full court press," coming to you live on your local progressive talk radio station, on current tv and this hour only on sirius xm and we're really getting into the work of the new second obama administration starting this afternoon when the president who is called the white house -- us white house reporters together for a major speech on deficit reduction, how to avoid the fiscal cliff, and what to do about the debt ceiling crisis as well. the president is going to lay that out and defy members of congress saying this is the will of the people, the work of the people, this is what we have got to get done, so let's get right to it. i'll be down there this afternoon, but we'll talk a lot today about what we expect to hear from the president. and we want to hear from you
based on how those securities do. >> rose: you have said you're hunting for a big elephant. >> you bet. the bigger the better. >> rose: what qualifies as a big elephant? >> well, in terms of our resources probably something from $20 billion maybe up a little bit. >> rose: how high? >> well, it would depend on how attractive that elephant was. (laughter) not all elephants look alike. (laughter) >> rose: coming to you, carol, in just a moment. so you're looking around. how will you go about this process of looking for a big elephant? because you've said the trigger is -- you've got your hand on the trigger. >> absolutely. >> rose: you're ready to fire. >> you bet. >> rose: you've got the money. you've got $45 billion or whatever it is. >> enough. >> rose: enough. you've got it sitting right there. you're prepared to do it. how do you find the candidate? >> if you're talking about buying an entire business, which we're talking about in this case i'm familiar with all the companies when you get to that size. i've seen all the elephants. so it's really a question of when they -- somebody at
for american progress. matthew welcome inside "the war room." >> hi thank you. >> jennifer: you bet. so how has the iron dome system changed the nature of this conflict? would israel would have already moved to a ground war without it? >> i think it's probably safe to save that. without iron dome with the level of rockets we have seen fired out of gaza you would have seen a much greater fatality and much louder cry out from the government. >> jennifer: it seems to have staved off the war game for a period of time. the groups in gaza are using these old soviet rockets. would the iron dome be as effective against more modern rockets? >> no, but it is specifically designed to deal with these smaller rockets precisely because hamas and other militant groups are using these much lower-tech weapons to launch out of gaza. you mentioned the patriot system, there is the next stage of the patriot which is known as the arrow defense system but those deal with much higher tech and bigger missiles. >> jennifer: so is -- because it has been so successful will israel use a combination o
area. and protection against the alabama pass rush. that was long yardage too. >> verne: you bet you. >> gary: alabama has a long second on the screen pass they picked up and mettenberger may be going on. >> verne: 1st down and 10 am thrown for 245 now. hill closing in on his 3rd consecutive 100 yard game. belue made the stop. the only loss on saturday night at home came against number 1 florida. 13-3. that was in 2009. >> gary: that was the tim tebow concussion game? >> verne: yes, it was. 2nd down and 8. under 10 to play. play-action again. mettenberger chased, fires. got it. landry. wow! >> gary: it will be 3rd and short. this was another story of the football game. opponents against alabama, as you look at this play-action pass, came into this game converting 1 out of 4. in this game, lsu is over 50%. they are 8 out of 15. while alabama is 1 for 8. it's the story of the game. >> verne: at the 25. 3rd down, 2. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: didn't get it. >> gary: no. well left. rolled the dice. because a field goal makes it a 6 point game. >> [crowd noise]. >> gary: if they went for
the alabama pass rush. that was long yardage too. >> verne: you bet you. >> gary: alabama has a long second on the screen pass they picked up and mettenberger may be going on. >> verne: 1st down and 10 am thrown for 245 now. hill closing in on his 3rd consecutive 100 yard game. belue made the stop. the only loss on saturday night at home came against number 1 florida. 13-3. that was in 2009. >> gary: that was the tim tebow concussion game? >> verne: yes, it was. 2nd down and 8. under 10 to play. play-action again. mettenberger chased, fires. got it. landry. wow! >> gary: it will be 3rd and short. this was another story of the football game. opponents against alabama, as you look at this play-action pass, came into this game converting 1 out of 4. in this game, lsu is over 50%. they are 8 out of 15. while alabama is 1 for 8. it's the story of the game. >> verne: at the 25. 3rd down, 2. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: didn't get it. >> gary: no. well left. rolled the dice. because a field goal makes it a 6 point game. >> [crowd noise]. >> gary: if they went for long yards. >> verne: we remember f
that bet. >> cenk: we'll tell you about ohio and of course, the elbow of the day which is actually four elbows this time around. i'm not going to ask you to guess them all thomas jefferson said that a successful democracy depended on an informed electorate. our country's future depends on you. to help you make informed decisions, watch current tv's politically direct lineup. only on current tv. take the time to learn about the issues. don't just vote, vote smart. kucinich. >> cenk: ohio critical in this election. we'll get a no poll, 46-48 president obama in the lead. that is one of the smaller leads, but the overall average obama at 48.9% and romney at 46.6%. even there about a 3 point lead, two to 3 point lead in ohio, so that's pretty good. what's happening in ohio? obviously romney's trying to undo that with an onslaught of ads. >> here in ohio, president obama's failed economic and trade policies with china destroyed thousands of jobs. >> i am here in ohio supporting obama for his reelection. >> the question ohio families are asking is who can bring back the jobs. >> in 2008, mill
shame. [ laughter ] >> i'd love an autographed copy. >> you bet: okay. here we go. all right. to stephen, you complete me. stephen. all right. there you go. >> thanks very much. >> okay, stephen, voters respond to authenticity. so mitt's clear victory in the 1st debate proves his new moderate values are the real ones. >> you are adorable. who got sucked in by romney? who got sucked in? you did! >> no, i didn't. >> yes, you did! >> knock it off. >> who doesn't like it when i talk like this? you don't! >> hey, if anyone "fell for it," it's you hard liners when you nominated mitt. for pete's sake, he gave us romneycare. the inspiration for obamacare! >> which he will repeal and replace! >> with more romneycare! >> which he leaves that up to individual states! and i'm sure mississippi will step right up to the plate. [ laughter ] >> he's looking out for the middle class. >> he's promising a 20% tax cut for the top 1%. >> he's also promising to close their tax loop holes, so they'll still pay the same amount. >> then why cut their taxes? [ laughter ] >> i don't know. but i just don't see how
eat a meal here? >> you bet i could. >> do you think this will help you live longer? >> well, i hope so i hope you get to see you retire. >> i have a feeling you will live a very long time, which i hope you do. >> i hope you do, too. you know what, if i don't live longer, i know i'm going to live more of a quality life. >>> coming up, former president bill clinton opens up about his bad heart and his own brush with death. he tells me he is now a vegan. that is right, a vegan. [ man ] in hong kong, on my way to the board meeting... anne's tablet called my phone. anne's tablet was chatting with a tablet in sydney... a desktop in zurich... and a telepresence room in brazil. the secure cloud helped us get some numbers from my assistant's pc in new york. and before i reached the top, the board meeting became a congrats we sold the company party. wait til my wife's phone hears about this. [ cellphone vibrating ] [ female announcer ] with cisco at the center, working together has never worked so well. >>> a survey by the american heart association found that 40% of americans believe their h
by metropolitan transportation spokesman aaron donovan. thanks for joining us. >> thanks, governor, you bet. >> eliot: we know you've begun to get some of the subways above 34th and 42nd street moving again. what will be open tomorrow and then if you could, give us an update on the tunnels which seem to be the major impediment to expanding traffic. >> well, at this point in time, our subway system is essentially cut in half. we have some service running between the bronx and manhattan and queens and manhattan. that's terminating midtown. the rest of the lines operating in brooklyn and southern queens are terminating in downtown brooklyn. to get people across the east river, we normally have six tunnels underneath the six rivers that are -- service the subway lines. right now we're limited to operating buses over the manhattan and the brooklyn bridges and so instead of six tunnels, we have buses over three bridges. we're working hard to get those tunnels back up. >> eliot: tell us what you can, we all understand the tunnels
bet i did. >> jennifer: do you think republicans should continue to sign these pledges blindly? >> there are people who are activists on both sides of the aisle. i do believe raising taxes would be a last resort -- >> jennifer: but j.d. i'm talking about pledging signing a pledge saying you will never raise taxes ever no matter what the circumstances are. do you think that is a smart move? >> i tell you what, i was very comfortable signing that pledge -- >> but do you think it's a smart move? >> i think that horse has already left the barn -- >> going forward -- >> there will be increased revenue -- the thing we need to do is get something meaningful in return. >> under clinton when they raised taxes we got welfare reform. i think it should be reducing the deductions -- >> jennifer: which is raising taxes on people. >> but we need something in return. >> jennifer: i agree with that. you guys i'm so sorry we have to end this great right on right fight. duf sundheim and j.d. hayworth. up next at attention washington that group of smart, strong competent a
inside "the war room"." >> thanks for having me on. >> jennifer: you bet. do you expect this threat of a filibuster against susan rice to work? is it going to discourage the administration from nominating her? >> well, i think it will make people think twice about it, and i think it might have discouraged the administration in the previous term, but listening to what the president said today he sounds a little invigorated i would say and i don't think it would discourage him. i think he would be willing to pick that fight. i think he really likes susan rice. >> jennifer: i'm curious about the interplay of the potential of susan rice being fume nated and the potential of filibuster reform. angus king who will now be caucusing the democrats, he ran on reforming the senate. today he pledge filibuster reform. let's just talk a moment what that might look like. they could do a number of things. they could lower the number of votes needed from 60 to something lower than that. they could eliminate what is known as unlimited debate. they could eliminate what is known as the anonymous hold w
're honored to have you here but especially on veteran's day. >> thank you for having me. >> you bet. you were a first lieutenant in the army. let's start out with how you became a medal of honor recipient. you allowed your men to retreat and get out. and you stayed behind. you did something extraordinary . what did you do? >> well, i had one option left and that was to call artillery on my own position. it was known to everybody. for blocking fire. so that we could separate. >> so friendly fire on your position? >> well, yes. >> extraordinary. and in trying to get out yourself, you eventually became surrounded and hid in a bamboo stick for 8 days. correct. >> i'd say you did okay. you got out okay . but 8 days without food or water. how did you do that? >> i had a lot of help. that's the time that you become spiritual. and you become preoccupied with the requirement for water and eventually that's all you think about. that and staying quiet. >> and after 8 days you did manage to get out. lots of healing, i know. you are in the nomination for this process. about 55 nominations so far. what are
not necessarily because you hear all these operatives still hedge their bets and they're not as forceful. why does boehner think that? melissa: yes. >> unemployment rate in ohio is better than the national average. 7% versus 7.9 nationally. melissa: yes. >> he believes the three major support groups for the president four years ago, african-americans, hispanics and young people. he believes conditions for those three groups of americans today are worse now than in 2008. therefore there will be less of a turnout from the three groups. melissa: not that they will vote for romney. >> perhaps they will stay home. they won't vote at all that. is still a strong possibility. melissa: how essential is ohio. we keep saying nobody can win without ohio. you have a idea of a way it is possible. >> i have this thing called the billboard. melissa: i've seen the bill board. >> you will see it on election night. it is difficult road for mitt romney to win the white house without ohio but it is not impossible if we have the screen i will show your view years we don't have it. it was too quick. >> what would you se
us inside "the war room." >> thanks so much for having me. >> jennifer: you bet. i thoroughly enjoyed for those of you who aren't so familiar with detroit, let me start with the obvious, how has the auto industry's come back played a role in the city's rebirth? >> that's where the book started. it was originally a story for the rolling stone, which i went back to cover the auto industry in 2009 which as you know was a very dire time. the city had become sort of the poster child of the recession, and really for three days after i arrived in detroit, i remember sitting in a dive bar in downtown detroit watching president obama's inauguration. the book really became a snapshot of his first term as president seen from ground zero of the recession and i think coming off of this last rightfully took credit for the bailout and i think that like the bank bailout, it's -- it was a shifting a lot of taxpayer money to these huge multinational corporations, and maybe not enough of the upside trickled down to regular people. >> jennifer: well, your book is a -- it'
red cross said, "do we wish we could of been there sooner? you bet. when you have 8 million people in need with roads damaged, infrastructure broken dam, and flooding everywhere, we cannot be there that passed, and we feel bad about that. a mecham back, we are joined by three people from the democracy now! team. so important to talk about who was there on the ground when the superstorm hit. >> in a moment, we will be going to ohio to talk about voter suppression with our lieberman. before we do that, a moment ago, we played a clip of the staten island borough president talking about the lack of american red cross response, and the red cross apologizing, saying this was a massive storm. they said afterwards, thisas such a massive storm, it was difficult to get there. democracy now! has been on the run from the beginning. we are both to talk about who was there. we are joined by our senior producer mike burke, our social media director, who lives in red hook, and steve martinez, who lives in new jersey, the hardest-hit area of the storm. jessica, let's begin with you. mike, you spoke
's fine. if you stay invested in this environment, you're betting on congress. i mean, you're not betting on the market, you're betting on congress. and they don't have a very good track record here, so i think from now until the end of the year -- >> i don't know, i think they have a track record of exploring all the other possibilities and finally doing the right thing. i think -- >> are you talking about our congress? >> yeah. they'll mess around for as long as they possibly can and possibly pass a fiscal cliff relief bill or something lining those lines at the final hour. >> do you think it goes on, that it's a long term solution? my personal solution is they find a band-aid that may give us the qe-3 type relief. >> but the question is what your long-term outlook is. if you're betting against u.s. growth, betting against -- or betting there will be a huge issues in the coming years on these -- on the deficit issue, you may want to keep it off the table. >>> there's a third area there. i don't talk to anybody, steve or our guest, who doesn't think the u.s. can easily ramp up growth. th
at the headlines you made this week because of political blogs. you bet joe scar borough a cash charitable donation that barack obama would win. you're such a numbers guy, was it appropriate to play the political game? >> i don't going to make a comment on correct journalistic standards. it's very natural for me where you have a view or belief and think the odds are in your favor, then it's an honorable thing to put money down on it. i'm not sure if yts the new york times would agree with that point of view necessarily. >> i guess the question is, how can we trust your model. there's been so much discussion over the polls and so much subjectivity, you yourself have said that polls are subjective and you were an obama supporter in 2008. >> i think i try to provide scientific objectivity. and looking at as a math me tigs and looking at numbers in baseball and poker and other fields. i think journalistic objectivity is a more he said she said kind of thing. maybe people in that field have trouble understanding we're looking at history and math and data to guide our view of the race and that we're tell
you bet msnbc's joe scarborough a cash charitable donation barack obama would win. that got you in hot water with the editor of the "new york times." you are such a numbers guy, was it appropriate to play political game? >> i'm not going to make accountability of what appropriate journalistic standards were. i played poker for a couple of years. it is natural for me if you have a view a belief and you think the odds are in your favor it is an honorable thing in my world to put money down on it. i'm not sure if the "new york times" would agrow with that point of view necessarily. >> the question is how can we trust your model? there's so much discussion over the polls this election cycle and so much subjectivity. you, yourself, have said polls are subjective and you were an obama supporter in 2008. >>. >> i try to provide scientific objectivity and looking at it as a mathematician, and someone who has a good track record in baseball, poker and other fields. i think journalistic objectivity is where you recycle talking points from both campaigns. maybe people people in that field have pr
. now my buddy joe scarborough, joe morning and scarborough, he-- you bet him 1,000 that your predictive model was correct. $1,000 that would go to red cross. >> yeah, yeah. >> stephen: he didn't take the bet. >> he didn't take the bet. maybe it -- look, i used to play poker and in my world, it shows you have integrity to be putting your money behind an idea that you have, it means are you being serious and you actually have incentive to be accuratement are you not just tanning there blowing hot air, potentially. >> stephen: uh-huh. >> and joe to his credit did donate, make a donation on my behalf and i donated as well so it wound up being for a good cause but i think a lot of people get on tv and say things they don't really have any conviction behind them t becomes a game just to entertain past the audience, half the audience or the other half of the audience or whatever else, right. and we're trying to say something very simple which is that, hey, go and look at the polls. and take an average. and then add up the states and see who has 27 o-- 270 electoral votes it is not that complic
?" "are you selling charities products they don't understand?" and "are you betting against clients?" and the answer to all those questions is yes, and unfortunately there has been an element of character assassination going on. > > other than what you wrote in the book about goldman sachs, what else did you want people to know? i know for one thing, this is a firm that is shrouded in secrecy. > > yes, and that's one of the reasons i wrote the book. goldman is a very mysterious place, so i wanted to, in a certain extent, pull back the curtain and show people how goldman and wall street make money - and not just the bad things, the good things and the bad things, because there's certainly a value of wall street to society. but i think if there was one or two messages i would like to leave with your viewer, the one is, there seems to be a perception that the financial crisis, the problems that led up to it, have been fixed. i would like your viewers to know that less than 1/3 of the legislation has been passed, and more than 3/4 of the deadlines have been missed, and frankly, wall str
of tradingblock. thanks guys. > > you bet. still ahead, nearly 800 million shares of facebook could hit the market today. is it time to buy or sell the stock? wait 'til you hear what trader scott bauer has to say. chart talk is next. nearly 800 million shares of facebook could potentially flood the market today. scott bauer of trading advantage joins us for a closer look at that stock. good morning to you scott. > > good morning angie. > > let's take a look at fb. i am hearing there are fewer short-sellers in this stock. is that a positive sign for facebook? > > i really think it is. look at $19. $19, over the last six months, which is about how long facebook has been trading, is the support level. we haven't really seen another one. that has been big-time support. these 800 million shares that are coming free, a lot of that, like you said, lot of this short-selling is not going to happen. this is baked into the marketplace. i really think that this is an opportunity for anybody that wants to get in long-term to facebook to really say, you know what, this is a good line in the sand, this is an inv
, you bet. >> turner chooses roles to challenge people's views of women. one of her most famous movies, body heat, still has people talking. >> body was one heck of a, was an astonishing debut, opportunity as a debut. and we thought at the time, that 31 years ago that we were breaking new ground that we were pushing new limits on sexuality in this country, which is to me, always been such a huge area of hypocrisy, that we don't approve of so many, of sexuality per say, but we use naked women to sell beer and cars. never did like that. >> turner acknowledges she's past what some consider an actress' "expiration date."st but that doesn't stop her. in red hot patriot, she took on one of america's most controversial political commentators and the role changed her. >> there were many things that i learned from molly and i wanted to incorporate more and more in my own life. she would say or she would write, beloved, and i think she felt that way toward people,wa toward americans, that she had that sense of, it's more than compassion, it's empathy as well, that felt that she could almost emb
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